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Vietnam families of UK truck victims take on loans to repatriate remains
(11/19/19 03:55 AM CST)

Vietnam families of UK truck victims take on loans to repatriate remainsSome families of the 39 Vietnamese people found dead in a truck in Britain last month will take on steep loans from the government to repatriate their relatives' remains, they told AFP Tuesday. Vietnam's foreign ministry said they would help to bring either the ashes or the bodies of the victims back -- but that families would have to cover the cost of repatriation. Families in central Vietnam, where many of the 39 victims come from, said they were desperate to bring their loved ones back nearly four weeks after the tragedy, despite the debt they will have to take on.


Israel intercepts rocket fire from Syria, reportedly hits back
(11/19/19 03:18 AM CST)

Israel intercepts rocket fire from Syria, reportedly hits backIsrael's air defences intercepted four rockets fired from neighbouring Syria on Tuesday, the army said, prompting reported retaliatory missile strikes against the source of the fire. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the rockets were fired from positions around the capital held by groups loyal to the Damascus government. It did not elaborate on which group had launched the rockets or whether there had been any casualties in the retaliatory strikes.


Rich in dramatic Catholic history, Nagasaki awaits the pope
(11/19/19 02:30 AM CST)

Rich in dramatic Catholic history, Nagasaki awaits the popeIt’s fitting that Pope Francis will start his first official visit to Japan in Nagasaki, the city where Christianity first took hold in the country and where nearly 500 years later it remains steeped in blood-soaked symbolism, both religious and political. As Francis makes the first papal visit to Japan in 38 years, he will likely look to the past by honoring the doggedness of those so-called Hidden Christians, while also laying out his vision for a future free from the threat of nuclear weapons.


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